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abell, fox 45, news at 5:30. a baltimore city studenn accused of stabbing a plassmate has been ordered peld without bail. bail.the judge saying she believes 17 yeer old darrell johns would pose a risk to public safett if he were haa never been in trouble. for ohns mother the decisiio ame as a shock. sot 12:15:27i'm just upset that the judge didn't look and listen to the fact thht my ssn was justtacting in self defense he feareddfor his life. life.johns is accused of ptabbing a student t herrtage high earrier this week.his family says johns was beeng bullied.a claim,,his victimms a judgeehas sentenced two en for a caajackinggthat led to a dramatic chase..this is video wwebrought you in february of last year when davvn mccoy and frank richardson approaahed a woman entering her car near patterson avenue and eberle drive.they threatened her, in her car, leading police n a six mile chase. mccoy was sentenced today to 35 yearssin prison. riihardson received 25 years. ii's a custody case hat has police investigating &ptonight.janice aak tells us, identified the three officers involved in
overrthe phone system when city comptrollee joan pratt accused the mayor of ssirting iggs office uncovered emails discussing how to keep ciiy council president jack young and other top ity officials in the dark about heir ppans for a new phone system. the report also cites conflicts of interest and ack of proper bidding on phone equipment, &pfindings the mayor sayy havee lead to personnel changes. 3 05:21:34"it's more than one person, it'sstop to bottom, it's a new direction." direction."" the report estimates mismanagmenttof phone purchases have cost the city hundredd of ttousands of dollars. it's our duty to hold electee officials accountable.you can story aboot government wasse...call our hhtline... 440-662-1456.you can also log onto our weesite ox baltimore dot com and click on wwste watch. 3 newwat 5:30 baltimore's speed cammra program will soon &ppe under reeiew..... streaming live in norrh baltimore ith word abouu plann for a task forcee 3 for nine yearssnow, cameras have been patrolling the streets here in baltimore.....but now the cameras are about to be under watch themm
-30. properties owned by a non- profit with deep ties to the city are being foreelosed. it assooiation received more than a million dollars in grant mone. money. while the city questioned how that monee was spent, the non-profit continued to find renters. many are looking for a neww place to live tonight after beeng kicked out of their apartmmnts. some people have lived here for 11 years.. others just a few months. the living onditions here have become so bad.... the city has condemned the building... ordering everyone to vacate immediately. 9:33:08 it's frustrating :09 &pyou shouldn't have to go through this especially if yoo you havv tenantt your supposed - to ffllow rules yoo're sspposed to make sure that eveeything gets fixed. :17 :17 this property hassbeen foreclosed. the former executive director of the prisoner aids association maintains the citt still wes him 70-thousand dollars. 3 four... more people ... have been sickened... by an outbreak ... of,,., fungal mennngitis.../ that's ... already killed... 5 people.../ and... infected dozens more....
signals beforeecolliding with the passenger train. it lookssllke 3 city students areespeakingg out about one of the key issues on the november pblllt....the dream act. act.dozenssof students met at the "ballimore freedom academy" onnsaturday lobbying in support of the dream act. this allows eligible...undocume ntee students to pay in-staae tuition rates at maryland colleges and universities. "people lose iggt of the going to ccllege, kids succeeeing at life... these areekids who actually want to succeed. they want the chance, chance."oppooents of maryland's dreaa act athered morr ttan 100-thousann signatures to puu the issue on a push for early voting ii countyyelection offiiials are urging people to participate... becuase of long liies and redistriitingg training sesssons are already than 35-hundred election judges montgomeey county will need on november 6tt. in fact, ssme of those judges will have to report tt work one day earrier, to begin setttng up voting machinns. roher sayss "there was reeistricting that occurred last january. and, for a lot &pof our voters, they have not
, what is they doing to y child..." out///////////////// a spokksman with the city state's attorney's office... invvstigation with police and prosecutors. and then ultimately, prosecutors will decide whether charges wwll be police spokesman ssys the officers involved have been routinely suspended with pay.. pending the outcome of the investigation. live in charles village, keith daniels, fox 45 news att5-30. p3 two mee are being questione at this hour following three separate abductions at since september 25th. ken plac- detectives areenow sayinggthe attacks are relattd. twoo womee werr abuducted yesterday, one in the city the other at a bus stop at the corner of ingleside and edmondson avenues. those another one. ce to review 14:4:06 during our connect one suspect from assault on september at the same bus stop :12 ((on-cam)) all three attaacs were similar 3n nature. tonight, baltimore coonty detectives are looking into whether a volunteer firefighter usee his position to fiid potential vvcttms he assault. anthony cottte was firefighher's ppogram at the lansdownn f
:30. 3- bullying is noo beiig blamed in a stabbing that occuued inside a bbltimore city high school on monday. monday.it happened at heritage high in the lake clifton complex. police arrested a 17 year old seniir in connnction withhthe violence. darrell johns faces several charges... including attempted first teen's bbil review this thee - morning, johns' attorney told real victim. is client is the p3&8:46:399it appears that thhr are two vastly different storiie ere the state has made a claim of attempted client nd his other :50 it seems to be a case of self defenne ann bullying where the system faiied my clienn ::2 attorney has been given n additional 4 hours to gathee evidence and witnesses to support his bullying defense. wire tappiig investigation ral helped shut down a major drug ring opeeation in harford county. almost two dozen arrests were made in the edgewooo area. residents are relieved and tell us theegang boom boom i thought it was somebodyybreekinn intt my home but it was a rive by tomorrow, police have scheduled a news conffrence tt reveal more details about
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